Highest Paid in 2019: Urban & Regional Planning Graduates in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Colleges & Universities with the Highest Paid Urban & Regional Planning Grads

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The typical starting salary for Urban & Regional Planning is $39,674. This will increase if you select a school known for having the highest paid graduates.

Find the Best Schools in the State When it Comes to High Pay for Urban Planning Grads

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Temple University is a wonderful option for students pursuing an Urban & Regional Planning degree. With more than 20,000 students, this institution is one of the biggest schools in the nation.

Temple has earned a top ranking for quality of education delivered to veterans and active-duty military. About 74.0% of students receive some form of financial aid at Temple University. Go deeper and find out just how Temple ranks in other categories.

Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Main Campus is among your best bets if you're planning on studying Urban & Regional Planning. Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will appreciate Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Main Campus' location in the small town of Indiana, Pennsylvania.

IUP has been rated among the best for education quality for veterans and active-duty military. Not only is Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Main Campus one top ranked colleges in Pennsylvania, 4.9% of its undergraduates come from out-of-state. Interested in knowing more about Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Main Campus' campus? Go on a virtual tour.

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